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Some of you may recall that when my father-in-law passed away 2 years ago he left 2 watches for my kids. Both were from the 60's, an Omega Seamaster 30 (manual) and a Jaeger-Lecoutre Memovox Alarm Auto.

I had both serviced. The Omega came back and I promptly dropped it on the tile floor and had to put it back into service. It came back running real nice.

The Jaeger had problems. It came back from service and wasn't right. They ended up refunding my fee. I was referred to Hans ,Watches by Hans in Houston, TX, by Ron on this forum.

I sent it in we discovered parts were hard to come by. It was a very frustrating experience but Hans was finally able to find the parts and finally got it back after 2years with Hans. I also had a strap made by Banda with one of their deployant clasps.

BTW Hans is an authorized Breitling repair center.




 

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Hi Elliot.
That Jaeger Le Coultre is really cool, it's a beauty. :-!
The two crowns at 2 and 4 give a special look, and in steel it's a very handsome watch.
I guess one of your kids - the one waiting for two years - will be quite proud to wear it.
Merry Xmas !

Cheers,
Brice
 

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Lovely looking watch.

May i ask what may be totally obvious?

What is the purpose of the little arrow pointing at the 7? :-s
The watch has a MECHANICAL alarm. The pointer is the set point.
 
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